Candlewood Suites Cheyenne
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... when we built it. We even saw the owner in his garage and a little toddler. It's fun to think of someone else enjoying the home in which we invested much sweat equity. We built the lower level in a split level home which included a bedroom, bathroom and a family room complete with a brick fireplace. Ted was inexperienced but did a wonderful job laying brick he got from an old building being torn down in the ...
... assumed ownership and called it The Wyoming Frontier Prison and established it as a museum. The prison receives around 15,000 visitors a year.
On the drive to Cheyenne we road through literally hundreds of miles of gorgeous green scrub scenery. At one point, we witnessed a Basque Sheep Herder in his wagon with his sheep, horses and dogs. We had only seen Basque wagons in museum so seeing one in the countryside was very ...
... was that he needed to find someone that did not look dressed for the west. I was wearing shorts, t-shirt, sneakers, and baseball hat. Granted I did not have cowboy boots and a stetson on, but neither did most of the spectators. Personally I thought the guy behind us wearing surf shorts and cowboy boots looked ridiculous, but he wasn't from Massachusetts.
My cameo was the role of "unsuspecting foreigner that ...
Finally have INTERNET!!!...arrived in Cheyenne after two days in Denver at some ritzy Hotel ((spa bath in bedroom)) ...Denver was ever so amazing !!! massive, in fact --- the size almost (almost...but not quite) took my mind off shopping!!... they drive so friggin fast in the city - the interstate runs right through it and 5 lanes each side the whole bunch of them not doing less than 120 kph!!...makes crossing the road a wee bit risky (re: shops) ... ...
... Park in Cheyenne because it was just about supper time. After wrestling with the wind and the RV all day, neither of us was in any mood to cook. It just happens that the owners of this RV park also have a BBQ catering service and they have been wise enough to build their own dining room onsite to serve the hungry traveler. I don’t know if it was our attitude or the powerful BBQ smell drifting through the ...